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    Default About opetrol gasoline cutting torch

    opetrol gasoline cutting torch
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    Blast-Proof Tank! No Back-Flash into the Fuel Line

    Well that has to be a good thing. How about diesel fueled, getting rid of all the gasoline equipment. This fine piece of equipment have the official endorsement by the chicom army?

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    Healthy for Operator
    Health benefits from using a torch? Just made me realize I wasted so much time eating right and exercising. Does it reverse hair loss too?

    Shoo spammer, don't bother us, grown-ups at work here.
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    Spam? I Don't Like Spam!!

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    Well, there's Spam, egg, sausage, and Spam, that's not got much Spam in it...
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    Sorry Spammer dude... it already exists but with something more readily available in Fire/EMS agencies.... OXYGEN vs Acetyline... thanks for playing please pick up your consolation prize on your way out.....

    oh and by the way this a Funding and Grants section of the forums!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFTrainer
    Sorry Spammer dude... it already exists but with something more readily available in Fire/EMS agencies.... OXYGEN vs Acetyline... thanks for playing please pick up your consolation prize on your way out.....

    oh and by the way this a Funding and Grants section of the forums!!!!
    Actually in goggling; Oxy/Gasoline torch is technically much superior to OxyAce. Equipment is readily available (but little known) and is considerably more expensive to purchase. Paint it red and put a woopie light on it and would really be expensive. Inexpensive to operate.

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    Oxy-Gas torch

    This is what I was referring to and the unit we use with much success. Sections of interstate guardrail all but rip themselves in half just seeing you coming with the the unit in hand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFTrainer
    Oxy-Gas torch

    This is what I was referring to and the unit we use with much success. Sections of interstate guardrail all but rip themselves in half just seeing you coming with the the unit in hand!
    Yeah we're talking about the same equipment. The fuel is gasoline rather than ace. Both also use oxygen. The Petrogen equipment is dang expensive (getting into the overpriced/fire service pricing model), maybe they just need some competition. I'd actually be somewhat interested in knowing what the prices for this spammers gear is and how it measures up to Petrogen.

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